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“But there's gotta be a horrible come-down after that, right?”
“This come-down feels like the steepest and darkest yet . . .”
“If correct, then that would be quite a come-down from 2007, when Sillerman and Idol-creator Simon Fuller offered $1.3 billion to take the company private.”
“What some of the people from within the United States are going through at this moment might be called the slow come-down following the celebratory euphoria at the killing of Osama bin Laden.”
“A real come-down in many ways, I suppose, and yes it was hard.”
“A nice come-down for you, I must say, that was raised straight an 'right, a-cuttin' up didoes with a lodger.”
“It's a mighty big come-down from gambling for a continent to gambling for a job.”
“The come-down from that was never going to be easy.”
“It will be a bummer of a come-down for the NEA if Colorado bucks the trend Florida started.”
“That is a huge come-down from the possible $150M domestic I speculated about last Friday night, but the first movie for the gang at East High was budgeted at a lean $30M, so this is still a huge windfall for Disney.”
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